The development of amphibious tactics in the U.S. Navy
Publisher Washington, D.C. : History and Museums Division, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps
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Call number U200 .S65 1992
Digitizing sponsor Library of the Marine Corps
Book contributor Library of the Marine Corps
Collection libraryofthemarinecorps; fedlink; americana
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Introducing the author -- Beginning a series on amphibious operations by the Marine who knows them best -- Amphibious warfare from the Revolution to World War I -- Birth of the FMF, fleet maneuvers, conception of amphibious doctrines -- Training, experiment six Fleet Landing Exercises--1934-1941 -- Three years of experiment in landing doctrine before Pearl Harbor -- Amphibious warfare's influence on the grand strategy of global conflict -- The Baptism--Guadalcanal, Makin Raid, Dieppe, and North Africa -- Strategic Attu and Kiska fall, successful landings made on New Georgia -- Munda, New Guinea, Sicily fall before the Allies' growing seaborne might -- Sicily secured, General Eisenhower not had a bridge to Italy
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